2019 Sorry, we're not marching this year.

Dear Parents,

We'd love to have your child join us in a long-time Lee CTA tradition - marching in the Lee Memorial Day parade. Our players always have loads of fun, while honoring those who have served our country. The parade ends at Lee Cemetery for a beautiful memorial ceremony complete with the playing of "Taps," always bringing our focus to the importance of this day. 

You can join your child at the entrance to the cemetery where the coaches and I stay with them until they're picked up. To top it all off, the Toole Agency on Main Street has free refreshments for all, including steamed clams! This is a great time for us to all get together.

Please see details in flyer below. Hope to see you there!

Clare "Bunnie" Lahey, Founder and Executive Director 



Description: memorial day parade

Monday, May 28

9:00 A.M.

 Meet at parade lineup # 21 on East Street in Lee

You can park your car at the Senior Center on High Street.

Take turns carrying banner, and tossing TENNIS BALLS 

To kids along the parade route!

Parents pick up kids at Lee Cemetery

(Rain Site: Zukowski Memorial Auditorium)


Return to Toole Agency on Main St. for Refreshments

CLICK HERE to sign up.

CLICK HERE  for 2017 MEMORIAL DAY PARADE FLYER with instructions for joining the Lee CTA group in parade.

Photos from past parades

The kids love marching with their coaches in the annual Lee Memorial Day Parade. They take turns riding in the 2 convertibles and throwing tennis balls to the crowd.

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